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Thursday, October 30, 2014
We took a day trip yesterday to a town called Kutna Hora, a town about an hour east of here. It's famous for ...
... she HAS to be tired! I'm not sure what the plan for dinner is tonight, but I'm sure we'll try to get in a bit earlier and head to bed.I was going to try to head up to the pool for a soak, however I them made the mistake of taking off my shoes and sitting down, and then it all just seemed like such a hassle.
If we do anything noteworthy this evening I will add it, otherwise this may be my last communication of the day-be well, stay safe!
... to dinner at a traditional Czech Restaurant and had pork knee, with mustard and horseradish (a bit like a leg of lamb arriving at the table) and a litre of dark beer - and sausages with sauerkraut and a salad of grilled goats cheese with walnuts. It was a very interesting and tasty meal. Did not feel hungry afterwards
... the human body and other stings of skulls and bones. It was small but packed with the bones of almost 40,000 people. I really liked the stings of skulls that lined the ceilings and the special skull case that highlighted skulls of warriors that died of head trauma. The pictures will do a better job of explaining what the church really looked like.
When we had our fill of the bones we made the half hour walk into the actual town. It was super cute, just like Prague. ...
... by Mucha’s protégée in the art nouveau style in 1904)
The Italian Court had TINY archways, and our guide said that the King had them made so he could walk under them perfectly with his crown on. He must have been five foot tall!
We walked to St. Barbara Church, through the beautiful cobblestoned streets, looking out on the charming vista. There was a modern art sculpture with stacked up cars nearby, which just looked totally out of place. St. ...